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The ultra large Lineage 1000, launched on 2 May, 2006, is a variant of Embraer’s 190 regional jet airliner. It was designed for quick turnaround, top performance, high use and low maintenance, and the extra fuel tanks in the lower deck cargo hold space nearly double its range over that of the 190.
Following a first flight in October 2007, the Lineage 1000 received certification from both Brazil’s ANAC and EASA in December 2008, and shortly after in January 2009 from the FAA. The first unit was delivered to the UAE on 7 May, 2009.
The Lineage 1000 is powered by two General Electric CF34-10E7-B high-bypass turbofan engines, each delivering 18,500 pounds of thrust. It has a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.82 and is capable of flying at an altitude of 41,000 ft; it can fly nonstop from London to New York, from Moscow to Quebec or from Dubai to Tokyo. Maximum take off weight is 54,500 kg, and the Lineage 1000 is authorised to fly ETOPS 120, giving it capability to fly long distance over oceans, deserts and other inhospitable areas.
The aircraft can be configured to accommodate up to 19 passengers in a total cabin volume of 4,085 cubic ft. The interior offers five distinct zones and two lavatories, and a third lavatory and a stand up shower unit are optional. Total baggage capacity is 443 cubic ft and the aft baggage area is pressurised and accessible during flight.
In October 2013, Embraer introduced the Lineage 1000E. Refinements made by Embraer to the aerodynamics of the 1000E resulted in reduced weight, which allowed a 200 nm increase in range and a maximum cruise speed of 472 knots. Its more versatile landing capabilities opened up restricted airports such as London City, Teterboro and Aspen.
In August 2020 Embraer announced that it was stopping sales of the Lineage 1000.
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|March 5, 2021||West Star grows Chattanooga Embraer programme|
|November 22, 2020||West Star predicts Forehand will smash it in Tennessee|
|October 12, 2020||ExecuJet Haite completes impressive Lineage M8 check|
|February 11, 2020||Jet Aviation completes first 96 month inspection on Lineage|
|January 20, 2020||RUAG achieves cost savings by maximising Lineage visit|
|December 13, 2019||CASL authorised to work on Lineage and Legacy|
|November 25, 2019||Embraer seal of approval enables Falcon to extend support|
|October 7, 2019||AirX lands a good deal with Lineage pair|
|April 8, 2019||Embraer calls on Parisian firm for wheel and brake work|
|February 26, 2019||West Star Aviation gains Embraer authorisation for Chattanooga|
|January 21, 2019||AirX adds Lineage and sends it off for immediate block charter|
|November 27, 2018||AirX awaits Lineage and Maltese maintenance approval|
|October 23, 2018||GainJet signs up Lineage as first on Irish EJ register|
|October 26, 2017||Comlux to manage lessor's Lineage|
|August 2, 2016||Global Jet swells charter fleet with Falcon and Lineage|
|February 4, 2016||Al Jaber's Lineage brings Beijing within range of the UAE|
|June 11, 2013||Belgium-based Lineage will offer five-zone comfort|
|March 12, 2012||ExecuJet sends ops to the UK and a Lineage to Dubai|
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